THE MICIGllAN DAILY
Hopes To Reach Highest Point
Ever Attained By Human Being
cation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
Jniversity. Copy received by tb. Assistant to the PFi'dept until
p. m.: (11:30 a. m. Saturday
FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1924 .
The committee for the award of the Phillips Scholarships consisting
the President of the University,, Dean John R. Effinger, and ProfesQrS
mpbell Bonner and Francis W. Kelsey has awarded the Phillips Scholar-
ips for 1923-24 to the following persons: Persis Margaret Cope, '27,
nice Louise Eichhorn, '26, and Elizabeth Halloway McManus, '26. These
pointments have been confirmed by the Board of Regents at their meet-
held December 20 and 21. . M. L Burton.
New Members Of Tbe Faculties:
The 'Division of College and University Personnel of the American
uncil on Education has requested the cooperation of this University in
eping up to date their records. Registration blanks with envelopes for
urn to the American Council on Education have been sent to each new
mber of the Faculties. If any other members of the Faculties who have
registered with the American Council on Education desire to do so, ad-
ional blanks may be obtained at this office. F. E. Robbins.
All pre-dental students who have not had their program checked and
rked O. K. at the office of the Dean, College of Dental Surgery, should
so before the beginning of "the second semester.
Mareus L. Ward, Dean.
Will the following, students, whose present addresses are unknown,
ase call at my office at their earliest convenience:
.- W. R. Humphreys, Asst. Dean.
CHRISTIAN TAKES DYER1
DUTIES AS ORGA9NH1A90
Palmer Christian, recently appoint-
ed University organist and head of3
the organ department of the Univer-
sity School of Music, arrived in Anna
Arbor on Wednesday and has taken
up his duties here. Mr. Christian will1
Imake his first public appearance here
on Saturday at the Congregational
church, where he has accepted the po-
sition of organist and choir director,.
He will appear first in the capacity of
University organist at the first of the
series of weekly organ recitals, to
be given next Wednesday afternoon
at 4:15 o'clock in Hill auditorium.
Mr. Christian comes to the Univer-
sity from Chicago, where he is well
known in musical circles. His train-
ing has been under hte direction of
Clarence Dickinson of New York, Karl
' Straube of Leipsig, and Alexandre
Guilmant of Paris. With this back-
ground and with his own personality
and talent, Mr. Christian has become
I nationally known, and is acclaimed
I one of the finest organists in the Mid-
dle West. He has come to Michigan
through the efforts of the officials of
the School of Music, and was appoint-
ed to the two positions by the Board
A of Regents at their meeting on Nov.
[ 9 ,PIEFIN 'STEINMETZ MEM R
FORSYTHE ATTENDS MEDIC
MEETING AT CINGINNATI
The relation of the health depart-'
ment of the University to its athletics
was one of the more important ques-
tions discussed at a convention of
more than 25 doctors, heads of insti-
tutions similar to the University
Health service, according to Dr. W.
E. Forsythe, secretary of the organ-1
ization, who returned recently from
their meeting, held in Cincinnati.-
In giving a resume of the discus-
sion which took place at the meet-I
ing, Dr. Forsythe stressed the plan
which is in operation at Harvard at
the present time, and. which was des-
cribed by Dr. T. E. Richards of that,
institution. Under the system all ath-
letes are directly under the care of
the health service, which passes upon
the physical condition of all contest-
ants. It is claimed that by this sys-
tem the health, and in some cases:
the life of the individual players is
more carefully protected.
Saarinen To Give
Course In Design
Prof. Eliel Saarinen, noted Finnish
architect, who has been teaching a
short term course in advanced design
in the University for the month be-
fore vacation, will return today to
conduct another short course, it has
been announced by Prof. Emil Lorch,
of the College of Architecture.
The January class will be open tol
graduates in architecture and exper-
ienced architectural designers.
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DETROIT UNITED LINES
Limiteds: 6 a. m., 9:1 a. m.and
Express: 7 a. m., 8 a. m. and every
two hours to 8 p. m.
Locals: 7 a. m., 8:55 a. m. and
every two hours to 8:55 p. m.,
11 p. m. To Ypsilanti only, 11:40
p. m., 12:25 a. m. and 1:15 a. m.
Limiteds: 8:47 a. m. and every two
hours to 8:47 p. m.
Express (making local stops): 9:5t1
a. m. and every two hoors to 9:50
Locals: 7:50 a. m., 16:10 a. m.
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Itical Science 1 , World Politics:
Make-up tests on the following books will be held ,Vi
p. m. in room 101 Economics Building:
George Young, "The .Machinery of Diplomacy."
L. S. Woolf, "Economic Imperialism."
esday, January 8,
R. T. Crane.
Lieut. Johni A. M3acready, iI 'big'special y eonstructed suit
Club night and entertaintnent Friday, January .4, at 8p. m.
Henry F. Adams, Secretary.
H A T'S 0 GIG ON
0 noon-Law faculty lunicil in Un-
-The meeting of the Philippine.
chigan club announced in yes-
day's Daily will notbe hel.
-Basketball - Anit Arbor higha
hool vs. Howell high in High
-English faculty dinner in rooms
-Alpha Epsilon Mu dinner, rooms
-Students' Bible class in Upper
om, Lane hall.
organizations and fraternities
tst have their group pictures tak-
during the month of January.
All classe eampus societies, and or-
ganizations must pay for their space
in the Michiganensian before Jan.
Organization space is still available at
the Michiganensian oflice. Contracts
should be signed at once for this
space by organizations which have
not already done so.
GEORGE L. PATTEE,
SAlbany, N. Y., Jan...3.-The New
York iegisXtifure cbeniel forits 1924
session here yesterday and heard Gov-
Alfred E. Smith's annual message.
TRACK MANAGERS WAITED
All sophomores desirinig to try
out tot assistant track managers
are asked to report to the Wat-
erman gym any afternoon this
1 . Track Manager.
Lieut. John A. Macready, veteran altitude and transcontinental flier, I
is ready to attempt to set a new world's altitude record "that will defy com-
petition." The attempt will be made at McCook flying field, Dayton, 0., with-
in a few days. Macready will use for the flight a specially built "Le Pere"
plane, equipped with an electric super charger which will feed sea level at-
mosphere to the engine at a height of 35,00 feet. The temperature at that
point is estimated at 50 degrees below zero. Because of the extreme cold
weather and rare air at great heights Macready will wear an electrically
heated suit and an oxygen helmet.
Characteristics" were based on ex-
PROF C U I S IINDS tended observation of the stars, RIScu-
ti S Sag;ittae, 'Eta Aquilae and Algol
ASTflflht L W HIR 1 hld will aid materially in the solution;
of the problem surrounding the na-
ture of these little hnown stars .
Prof. R. H. Curtiss, acting director ',he convention was attended by 60
of the Astronomical Observatory, at- sw
astronomlers, aimong whom were' rep-
tended the mid-winter meeting of the 'resi-ttivcs from all sections of the
American Astronomical society at country. The program included the
Vassar college, Poughkeepsie, . Y., s.owing of the first moving picture of
from Dec. 27 to 29. Four papers writ- the S lar eclipse of the sun which
ten by Professor Curtiss, Dr. Rufus too: ,place last September and was
and two sudents of the department, filmed from .4exico and Southern Cal-
were read by Professor Curtiss before ifronia.
the scientists. __
The papers, on the subject "Specto- It's ra3 efficiency to use Daili
graphic Studies of Stare with Unusual Classife.--Ad-
Two prizes for essays on various
phases of the subjects of Economics
are being offered by the League for
Industrial Democracy in memory of
Dr. Charles P. Steinmetz, its late
vice-president. This essay contest
is open to all college and normal
There are three types of titles which
the essays shall concern, namely
problems of organized labor. prob-
lems of Nationalization and a mis-
cellaneous group which concern main-
ly the business cycle and a remedy
for the housing storage, based on re-
The prizes will be judged by the
following committee; Prof. William F.
Ogburn, Columbia University, Chair-
man; Prof. Arthur N. Holcombe, Har-
vard University; Porf. Alvin Johnson,
of the New School for Social Re-
search; Frederick Hewitt, editor of the
Machinists' Monthly Journal; and
Nicholas Kelley, formerly assistant
scretary of the United States treas-
Stockholm, Jan. 3.-(By A.P.)-Swe-
den's imports for the first ten months
of 1923 exceeded the exports by about
$54,000,000, as against an excess of
$10,000,000 for the corresponding pe-
riod of 1922.
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